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§ 166. Examination  and  certification of nurseries and nursery stock.  1. The commissioner shall, as often as he or she deems necessary and  no  less  than  once  every two years, inspect all nurseries or places where  nursery stock is grown for sale. If upon examination it  is  found  that  such  nursery  stock is apparently free from injurious insects and plant  diseases, the commissioner shall issue to the owner of the nursery stock  a certificate to the effect that the stock  so  examined  is  apparently  free  from  all  injurious  insects and plant diseases. Such certificate  shall be valid for the period of time designated by the commissioner  at  the  time  of  issuance,  unless  sooner revoked by the commissioner for  cause. If injurious insects or plant diseases  are  found  therein,  the  owner  or  person in charge thereof shall promptly take such measures to  eradicate  the  same  as  the  commissioner  shall  prescribe,  and   no  certificate   of   freedom   from  disease  shall  be  given  until  the  commissioner has satisfied himself or herself, by subsequent inspection,  that all such injurious insects or diseases have been eradicated.    2. Owners of nurseries or places where nursery stock is grown for sale  who do not hold unexpired and unrevoked certificates of  inspection  and  freedom  from  disease,  as  defined in subdivision one of this section,  shall not sell or otherwise dispose of such nursery stock.    3. Dealers in nursery stock who buy nursery stock from nursery growers  to whom certificates of inspection and freedom from  disease  have  been  issued as provided by subdivision one of this section, may be granted by  the  commissioner  certificates of inspection and freedom from injurious  insects and plant diseases in respect to the stock  so  purchased,  upon  complying  with  the regulations adopted by the commissioner in relation  thereto.    4. All nursery stock consigned for shipment from any point within this  state or shipped by common carrier or other means from any point  within  this  state, shall bear or carry on the container thereof a printed copy  of the certificate  issued  as  provided  in  subdivision  one  of  this  section.  No  nursery  stock  shall  be  sold  or  shipped  under such a  certificate which has not been produced in the  nursery  in  respect  to  which  such  certificate was issued, unless and until such nursery stock  shall have been found by the commissioner, by examination or  otherwise,  to be apparently free from injurious insects and plant diseases.

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Statutes > New-york > Agm > Article-14 > 166

§ 166. Examination  and  certification of nurseries and nursery stock.  1. The commissioner shall, as often as he or she deems necessary and  no  less  than  once  every two years, inspect all nurseries or places where  nursery stock is grown for sale. If upon examination it  is  found  that  such  nursery  stock is apparently free from injurious insects and plant  diseases, the commissioner shall issue to the owner of the nursery stock  a certificate to the effect that the stock  so  examined  is  apparently  free  from  all  injurious  insects and plant diseases. Such certificate  shall be valid for the period of time designated by the commissioner  at  the  time  of  issuance,  unless  sooner revoked by the commissioner for  cause. If injurious insects or plant diseases  are  found  therein,  the  owner  or  person in charge thereof shall promptly take such measures to  eradicate  the  same  as  the  commissioner  shall  prescribe,  and   no  certificate   of   freedom   from  disease  shall  be  given  until  the  commissioner has satisfied himself or herself, by subsequent inspection,  that all such injurious insects or diseases have been eradicated.    2. Owners of nurseries or places where nursery stock is grown for sale  who do not hold unexpired and unrevoked certificates of  inspection  and  freedom  from  disease,  as  defined in subdivision one of this section,  shall not sell or otherwise dispose of such nursery stock.    3. Dealers in nursery stock who buy nursery stock from nursery growers  to whom certificates of inspection and freedom from  disease  have  been  issued as provided by subdivision one of this section, may be granted by  the  commissioner  certificates of inspection and freedom from injurious  insects and plant diseases in respect to the stock  so  purchased,  upon  complying  with  the regulations adopted by the commissioner in relation  thereto.    4. All nursery stock consigned for shipment from any point within this  state or shipped by common carrier or other means from any point  within  this  state, shall bear or carry on the container thereof a printed copy  of the certificate  issued  as  provided  in  subdivision  one  of  this  section.  No  nursery  stock  shall  be  sold  or  shipped  under such a  certificate which has not been produced in the  nursery  in  respect  to  which  such  certificate was issued, unless and until such nursery stock  shall have been found by the commissioner, by examination or  otherwise,  to be apparently free from injurious insects and plant diseases.

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Statutes > New-york > Agm > Article-14 > 166

§ 166. Examination  and  certification of nurseries and nursery stock.  1. The commissioner shall, as often as he or she deems necessary and  no  less  than  once  every two years, inspect all nurseries or places where  nursery stock is grown for sale. If upon examination it  is  found  that  such  nursery  stock is apparently free from injurious insects and plant  diseases, the commissioner shall issue to the owner of the nursery stock  a certificate to the effect that the stock  so  examined  is  apparently  free  from  all  injurious  insects and plant diseases. Such certificate  shall be valid for the period of time designated by the commissioner  at  the  time  of  issuance,  unless  sooner revoked by the commissioner for  cause. If injurious insects or plant diseases  are  found  therein,  the  owner  or  person in charge thereof shall promptly take such measures to  eradicate  the  same  as  the  commissioner  shall  prescribe,  and   no  certificate   of   freedom   from  disease  shall  be  given  until  the  commissioner has satisfied himself or herself, by subsequent inspection,  that all such injurious insects or diseases have been eradicated.    2. Owners of nurseries or places where nursery stock is grown for sale  who do not hold unexpired and unrevoked certificates of  inspection  and  freedom  from  disease,  as  defined in subdivision one of this section,  shall not sell or otherwise dispose of such nursery stock.    3. Dealers in nursery stock who buy nursery stock from nursery growers  to whom certificates of inspection and freedom from  disease  have  been  issued as provided by subdivision one of this section, may be granted by  the  commissioner  certificates of inspection and freedom from injurious  insects and plant diseases in respect to the stock  so  purchased,  upon  complying  with  the regulations adopted by the commissioner in relation  thereto.    4. All nursery stock consigned for shipment from any point within this  state or shipped by common carrier or other means from any point  within  this  state, shall bear or carry on the container thereof a printed copy  of the certificate  issued  as  provided  in  subdivision  one  of  this  section.  No  nursery  stock  shall  be  sold  or  shipped  under such a  certificate which has not been produced in the  nursery  in  respect  to  which  such  certificate was issued, unless and until such nursery stock  shall have been found by the commissioner, by examination or  otherwise,  to be apparently free from injurious insects and plant diseases.

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